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Jay's New Game: A funny story to teach children that not all games are good

Kamon - Juvenile Fiction - 2014 - 30 pages
Jay loves playing games on his mobile phone and the new one called Delete Mum promises heaps of fun. But something weird happens, when he deletes his mum in the game, he cannot ...
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The Last 18

Travis Mewhirter - Juvenile Fiction - 2018
The Last 18 is a story of a mother and her two sons, and the bonds between a family that cannot be broken, no matter the ailment. It explores the question: What would you do if ...
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Word Nerd

Susin Nielsen - Juvenile Fiction - 2008 - 248 pages
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Just for Kicks

Robert Rayner - Juvenile Fiction - 2011
The soccer-mad gang from Brunswick Valley School featured in Robert Rayner's two previous books for this series is back, gathering every Saturday afternoon to play a friendly ...
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Zeke Meeks vs the Horrifying TV-Turnoff Week

Debra L. Green - Juvenile Fiction - 2012 - 128 pages
It is Television-Turnoff Week, and Zeke and his friends are wondering what they will do with their time without their favorite programs and videogames.
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Jake Maddox: Track and Field Takedown

Jake Maddox, Thomas Kingsley Troupe - Juvenile Fiction - 2012 - 72 pages
When Ring Lake Middle School decides to host an Olympic Fest, Kyle is assigned to compete in the track and field throwing events--will practice make him good, or will he ...
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Corner Kick

Bill Swan - Juvenile Fiction - 2011
Michael Strike is captain of both the school soccer and chess teams. He's got his eye on fellow soccer player and overachiever Miriah, the founder of the youth organization War ...
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Paintball Problems

Jake Maddox, Eric Stevens - Juvenile Fiction - 2013 - 64 pages
Sixth-grader Max Stinson is tired of being bullied by Harold Weime and looking forward to a summer in the local paintball league to work off some of his frustration, but he ...
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John David Anderson - Juvenile Fiction - 2016 - 336 pages
Middle-schooler Bryan wakes up to find that his life has become a video game, with bullies to beat, races to run, puzzles to solve, and much more at stake.
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